The blood stains around the residence indicate that a fierce struggle took place at the residence and the assailants faced strong resistance from the victims.
Source/Credit: Ahmadiyya Times staff
By Staff report | March 29, 2014
Two members of an Ahmadī family were discovered violently murdered in G-11 area of Islamabad, the capitol city of Pakistani, it is reported.
According to some relatives and family friends of the victim family, the double murders of Rana Mubashar Ejaz Ahmed and his mother, Bushra Ahmad took place around 8 pm yesterday when his Father and elder brother were not at home.
Ahmad's elder brother, Mujadid Ejaz Ahmad, returning late from a business travel found the victims tied and brutally stabbed to death with knife wounds.
Further according to the initial reports, the blood stains around the residence indicate that a fierce struggle took place at the residence and the assailants faced strong resistance from the victims.
As of this report the motive has not been established and the family is cooperating with investigators.
Victim Mubashar Ijaz was doing his PhD as well as teaching at a university, it is reported in social media.
Family members, relatives and students of victim expressed their sorrow in the social media.
@maleehagalotti @MuslimIQ @AhmadiyyaTimes i am suni muslim i am too sad about them and he was my teacher :(
— muhammad fakhar (@fakharabbas786) March 29, 2014
@MuslimIQ @AhmadiyyaTimes His name was Mubashar Ahmad Ijaz. He was doing his PhD as well as teaching at university.
— Maleeha (@maleehagalotti) March 29, 2014
-- Pakistan: Ahmadi mother, son brutally stabbed to death in Islamabad
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